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Event #1

Nature Trust Volunteer Training Workshop for Boundary Monitoring & Trail Maintenance– Saturday, November 25th
Organization: The Nature Trust of New Brunswick

Volunteer Description:  The Nature Trust of New Brunswick is recruiting and training volunteers to take on boundary line monitoring and maintenance and trail maintenance work at various nature preserves throughout the year. Volunteers will learn how to use a map and compass to locate the boundary lines, proper techniques for finding old boundary evidence and updating boundary markings, and trail maintenance procedures. This year, we hope to upgrade and maintain those boundary lines,and as such have developed anew workshop to prepare volunteers for the job. No previous experience necessary but volunteers will need to be prepared to trek through rough terrain and thick brush.

Location: Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve

Time Commitment: 1:00-3:00pm

Contact Person: Kaela Neil, Stewardship Assistant

Email: kaela.neil@ntnb.org

Phone: 506-453-4886

Carpooling information to the training session can be found here: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/m8kghv.  


Event #2

Interpretive Education VolunteerTraining – Monday,November 27th  
Volunteer Description: The Nature Trust is looking for volunteersto help lead interpretive education walks with school groups in Fredericton andsurrounding area throughout the year.

There will be a training session at the Ferris Street Forest and Wetland Nature Preserve on Monday,November 27th from 9:30 - 11:30 am for interested volunteers.We will provide techniques on how to lead nature games, various ways of enabling children to interact with the surrounding environment, and information about our nature preserves. No experience necessary but please come prepared for the weather! If you can’t make it to the training but still want to help with one of the opportunities,there are other opportunities to pick up the skills needed.

Location: Ferris Street Forest and Wetland Nature Preserve

Time Commitment: Training9:30-11:30am, interpretive education is about 1.5-2 hour sessions, flexibleoverall

Contact information: Kelseyat kelsey.hogan@ntnb.org.